October is National Safe Work Month so it’s a perfect time to review your policies and procedures to ensure that you as an employer and your employees commit to building a safe and healthy workplace.
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Market analysis has the potential to lead your organisation’s most beneficial strategic decisions. Or if conducted poorly – it can force a backwards step in the organisation. So how can you ensure your market analysis is leading you in the right direction?
Having reviewed and re-written many constitutions now, we have determined the best six features that we’ve seen.
From 1 July, Queensland has toughened the status of its codes of practice, meaning that business is now required to comply with the codes applicable to them or to an equivalent or higher standard.
What are the signs, and more importantly, what are the common mistakes Boards and Management make to end up being another statistic?
Empowering your employees to respond effectively during a service breakdown allows disillusioned customers to be transformed into loyal ones and better yet, noisy promoters of your brand.
It is the beginning of a new financial year for most and when considering all of the other things that need to be considered and attended to, perhaps compliance at the venue is in the mix. As you are aware, the annual increase of penalty units also took effect on July 1.
With the end of financial year fast approaching, make sure all your licences are up to date including your liquor licence. Annual liquor licence fees are due for payment by 31 July 2018.
Are you confident that your RSA incidents are being reported correctly? In accordance with the Liquor Act 1992, licensed premises must have a Risk Assessed Management Plan (RAMP) to outline how the premises manage and minimise harm.